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... starred at just as much if not more than the animals. After the zoo our driver asked us if we would like to go to the art exibition and we thought why not. I do not really enjoy amature art especially if I think I could do it so it was not a highlight for me. The theme was tribal so it fitted in with the day and I think Kirsty enjoyed it. He asked if we wanted to go anywhere else and I know that Bhopal boasts one of the biggests mosques in India which is also an impressive piece ...
... little courtyard, and (excellent) meals eaten with the family.
The children living on the farm were great to watch and be with; they didn't have much in the way of toys, but always had great fun inventing their own toys and games. One day two young boys spent a long time fashioning a sled out of some old tin, some rope and a few sticks, with go-faster branches and twigs tied on for decoration; onto ...
... the heat of April made the weather really humid, but the AC in the car kept the environment pleasant while driving.
There was a board entroute warning us of wild animals crossing the road but unfortunately we could not see any. The only thing wild on the road was the local buses driven at maniac speeds.
Reached Sanchi at around 12:30 PM and directly made to the MP tourism resort for lunch. As the weather was hot we decided to have a ...
... 13p) each. It is worth visiting Bhopal just to come here. We walked back to our hotel via the large Upper Lake, which was a refreshing change to the smoggy, smelly streets. We definitely saw a more appealing side to Bhopal. On our final day we headed back to the lake again, this time to visit Van Vihar, which is not quite a zoo and not quite a safari park. We hired bikes at the entrance and cycled around the various ...
... our train the next morning.
Once at the platform, lo and behold who was waiting there, Dikshit! Again, non-stop with the questions and when we asked him what he was doing at our platform, at that time, he said he was waiting for his family to arrive later that evening. Either truly fascinated by us or just **** at telling the time, but in a nutshell one of the most helpful weirdo’s I’ve ever met, thanks for getting us out of Bhopal ...